In vain


1. Dreams in vain are not good for you.




2. Vain dreams are not good for you.



3. Is there something in particular in your mind?




4. Is there something particular in your mind?




I think there is no difference in meaning between #1 and  #2, but I have never seen sentences written like #1. What do you think?


And I think #3 and #4 have the same meanings. What do native English speakers think?


Thank you a lot and I hope to hear from you.

edited Aug 11 '12 at 13:21 Hans Contributor

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